Linux Mandriva: Установка с жесткого диска

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Booting the installer directly from a hard disk - Windows method

If you already have Microsoft Windows™ installed on your system, it is possible to copy the Mandriva Linux installer to the hard disk and then use the Grub for DOS bootloader to give you the choice to boot directly into the installer. To do this, you must first get a copy of the installer kernel and initrd images. You can download these from a Mandriva mirror. On the Mandriva mirrors, you will find the files in the /isolinux/alt0 subdirectory of the release you wish to install - for example, /MandrivaLinux/official/2009.0/i586/isolinux/alt0. The files are named all.rdz and vmlinuz. Now create a file named C:\menu.lst with the following contents:

color black/cyan yellow/cyan
timeout 30
default /default

title Mandriva Install 
kernel (hd0,0)/boot/vmlinuz root=/dev/ram3 vga=791 
initrd (hd0,0)/boot/all.rdz

Now download Grub for DOS and place the file grldr (from the archive) in C:\. Edit the file C:\boot.ini - it is marked as a hidden and system file, by default, so you may have to edit some Windows settings to see and change it - and add the following line to the end of the file:

c:\grldr="Start GRUB"

Now ensure your Windows system is configured to show the boot menu on startup, and reboot. Choose 'Start GRUB' and then 'Mandriva Install', and the installer will load. You can then use any of the installation methods described earlier in this document to complete the installation.

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